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hosed Exchange 2013 by installing Remote Desktop Services

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Installed remote desktop services without thinking that the Web service would kill my Exchange 2013 server. Any ideas how to get IIS resolved and my Exchange back functional?
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by:David Johnson, CD, MVP
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which exchange services are not starting? and which remote desktop services did you install?
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I just finished working on some things and it seems as if recreating all of the virtual directories and removing some duplicate bindings in IIS resolved the issue. Talk about gut wrenching!!! One more reason to NEVER install roles and servers on the SAME server. Now I just have to figure out how to get Remote Desktop Services back on without hosing up Exchange again, my guess is to remove the web services from the install.
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Resolved issues on my own before any acceptable answers.
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